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Be the Real You – You Don’t Have to Prove Anything

Pastor Bobby continues the message series on how to be happy and whole students of Jesus entitled, The Narrow Road: How to be Alive. Today’s message: “Be the Real You – You Don’t Have to Prove Anything.”

Tatyana McFadden is known as the “fastest woman in a wheelchair.” Born with Spina Bifada, Tatyana spent the first six years of her life in a Russian orphanage. In 1994, she was adopted into a loving Christian home in the United States with parents believing in her potential to thrive. Tatyana is the current record holder in many Paralympic events and has over a dozen medals. Tatyana has a new book entitled “Ya Sama! Moments from My Life” available on

Bridgette Bentley is an Hour of Power favorite, having performed on the program many times over the years. Bridgette was a principle performer in the Glory of Christmas, and was a member of the road show of The Color Purple. Today, Bridgette performs, “I Believe I Can Fly” (comp: R. Kelly). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Don Neuen, the Hour of Power Choir performs “How Great Thou Art” (comp: S.K. Hine; arr: Joel Raney). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ.

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  1. being born with Spina Bifida in 1951 6/16 has not discouraged me in the least. The eldest of 4 children has done me well. Shcholasticly I was home schooled through grade 5. Then God had a plan. I re did my4th and 5th grades in a 1st floor. Then I went to school redoing 4th& 5th grades with others. nEntering grade 7 I climbed 2 flights of stairs grades 7 thru 12, before the adA. Then college major in accounting, graduating 1974. I now live in Naples Florida. Please contact me via email or phone 239-298-4024. MY STORY NEEDS TO BE TOLD. HELP TO OTHERS has my inspiration. God is good and helping me see hethe future


  2. I want to watch “Be the Real You – You Don’t Have to Prove Anything”, but it plays the wrong video – it plays “Let Your Yes be Yes, and Your No, No”, when you try to play “Be the Real You – You Don’t Have to Prove Anything”.

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